(WTXF) - There will be a Freezing Rain Advisory in effect for the Lehigh Valley, Berks County and Lancaster County as clouds move in Sunday night and isolated rain becomes possible when overnight low temperatures go below freezing, Monday morning.
Meteorologist Monica Cryan says the system looks like it’s breaking up as it approaches, so she’s not predicting much, but there could be some possibly slick spots, north and west of Philadelphia on Monday morning.
On Monday -- an official holiday and major shopping/returning day -- there will be chances of rain for everyone in the region. That'll last through Tuesday afternoon.
Then, it’ll move out and Tuesday’s high will be noticeably warmer. It could reach 60 before turning colder.
The week will end cooler but stay above average for most of the week.
A week away, New Year’s Eve looks dry and seasonable.